Thursday, January 13, 2011

Say It Ain't So (oh, but it is) by La Jill Hunt

Where: Q-train
Who was reading:
 A woman with a friendly smile, mole-spangled cheeks, and excellent bone structure.

Paisley. This is the protagonist's name. It is also a popular print. Other character names include: Seymone, Landon and Warren. As far as I know, none of these names have inspired as many scarves as the previously cited eponym.
Here's the product description (from e-bay of all places): "Essence-bestselling author Hunt returns with a drama-filled tale in which the truth remains hidden, lives become threatened, and all hell breaks loose."
Scandalicious! Although it tells us approximately nothing about the book. Still, it does one better than the complete lack of any relevant information on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. For shame.
But everything you need to know, (and didn't learn in Kindergarten, or from your cat, or some other mawkish Academy of Twee) you can learn from the cover. And in this case, the cover clearly states: Twilight--only with better pecs and fewer religious hang-ups.
Confession: I giggled like a little schoolgirl when Google gave me the option to "enlarge" this image.

1 comment:

  1. The world would be a better place if more people would use the term "scandalicious"